How Do You Spell CABER?

The word "caber" is pronounced as /ˈkeɪbər/ in IPA phonetic transcription. It is a Scottish term that refers to a thick wooden pole used in traditional Scottish Highlands games. The spelling of "caber" is derived from the Scots Gaelic word "cabar," which means tree trunk. The English language has borrowed many words from Scottish Gaelic, and they often retain their original spelling and pronunciation. While the spelling may seem unusual or unfamiliar to some, it serves as a reminder of the rich cultural history of Scotland.

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Plural form of CABER is CABERS

33 words made out of letters CABER

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